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Stumping the Stupak

On Saturday, Nov. 7, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 3962, the Affordable Health Care for America Act, with 220 ayes and 215 nays.

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Obama’s Vietnam?

Everything, it seems, is starting to go Barack Obama’s way.

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Links, links, and more links

Obama scraps missile-shield: President Obama has ended the missile-shield program in Eastern Europe put in place by his predecessor in order to move it south long the Mediterranean Sea. Republicans decry this move as “appeasing” Russia, but I must disagree ...

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Activist urges students to get involved

Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers Union (UFW), spoke to California State University, Fresno students Friday about her life’s work and the importance of universal health care.

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More choice, less reform

The American people need economic security. Forty-six million Americans are uninsured. Costs go up year after year. This is a travesty. We need health care reform, and we need it now. Sound familiar?

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Why I started watching “Mad Men”

Whenever I am flipping through channels, I always see advertisements or references to the AMC hit show "Mad Men." It always intrigued me, but it seemed like I never had the time to tune in. So I resolved to watch season three of "Mad Men." And I am impressed.

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Students need health care too

Twenty-two, full-time student with a part-time job. That description, give or take some years and a variation in college units and gender, fits many of us on this campus.

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